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  • <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />VISION<br />Continuously improving to remain the best Maintenance Training Flight in ACC<br />MISSION<br />Training experts dedicated to providing career development guidance and continuous world class training while being responsive to changing requirements and customer needs<br />Global Power for America<br />55th MAINTENANCE TRAINING FLIGHT<br />PERSONNEL<br />Commander, Maintenance Operations Squadron<br />Major Frank C.Shifflett<br />Flight Chief, Maintenance Training Flight<br />CMSgt Cheryl A. Garin<br />Section Chief, Training Management<br />MSgt Bradley K. Gravos<br />Section Chief, Development and Instruction<br />TSgt Timothy A. Kanavel<br />NCOIC, Development Element<br />SSgt Robert W Tully<br />NCOIC, Scheduling Element<br />SSgt Maria Bovastro<br />NCOIC, Instructor Element<br />SSgt Naomi R. Pacheco<br />NCOIC, Training Manager Element<br />TSgt Michael T. Hart<br />MTF InstructorsTraining Managers SSgt Robert W. TullyTSgt Michael Hart<br />SSgt Adam R. HendersonTSgt Melissa Nueva<br /> <br /> <br />TABLE OF CONTENTS<br />TITLE PAGE<br />Our Vision and Mission.................................................................................................……2<br />Welcome Letter.............................................................................................................……3<br />MTF Personnel………..................................................................................................……4<br />Table of Contents.........................................................................................................…….5<br />Reporting Instructions...........................................................................................................6<br />Specialized Qualification Training (SQT).............................................................................7<br />Computer Based Training (CBT)..........................................................................................10<br />Visual Information (VI) Programs.................................................................................…...11<br />Interactive Multi-Media Information…………………………………………………........13<br />Field Training Detachment (FTD)…………………………………………………………14<br />REPORTING INSTRUCTIONS<br />1. Training will be conducted in the Bennie L. Davis Maintenance Facility (BLDG 457). Classes start at 0800 unless otherwise noted. Students will report to designated classroom prior to the start of class. Operating hours of the MTF are 0700-1600 Monday through Friday. Blues will be worn on Mondays, if attending classroom instruction all day.<br />* From 01 Apr – 30 Sept – Short sleeve blue shirt, open collar will be worn with blue <br /> trousers or skirt<br />* From 01 Oct – 31 Mar – Long sleeve blue shirt with tie or tab will be worn with blue <br /> trousers or skirt<br />2. Students ENROUTE to Offutt for training must report to the billeting office located at 906 SAC Blvd, building 432, NLT 1600 hours one day prior to class start date. If arriving after 1600 hours, you must notify billeting to hold your room reservation. Call billeting two days prior to your arrival to confirm your reservation. Check in time is no earlier than 1500.<br />3. If you are considering a car rental, the prices in our area range from $35.00 to $65.00 a day. Taxi fare from Eppley Airfield to Offutt averages $28.00. We look forward to having you attend training in the best MTF in Air Combat Command! The following telephone numbers are provided for your use:<br />BILLETING OFFICEDSN: 271-3671<br />BASE SHUTTLE BUSDSN: 271-4375<br />MAINTENANCE TNG FLTDSN: 271-3088<br />MTF (FAX)DSN: 272-4380<br />4. Please contact us at DSN 271-7223, Commercial (402) 294-7223 if you have any questions.<br />SPECIALTY QUALIFICATION TRAINING<br />COURSE NUMBER<br />COURSE TITLE ICMS CODEPDS CODE TOTAL HOURS<br />AC55/1090-6096609616 HOURS <br />INITIAL MAINTENANCE TRAINING<br />COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to indoctrinate newly assigned aircraft maintenance personnel to the 55th Maintenance Group. Personnel will receive initial ancillary training. The following courses will be offered: Mission Orientation, MRM, Fire Extinguisher, Initial Hazard Communication, Cold Weather, Fire Suppression, FOD, DOP, Panel and Fastener, Internal Corrosion Control, E4 Egress, 135 Egress, Hangar Door, RF Radiation, Oxygen Rich Environment, Landing Gear Failure, Aircraft Wash, Schematics, Initial Marshalling, Snow Removal, OAP, Forms, 135 Familiarization, E-4 Familiarization and AGE<br />PREREQUISITES: None<br />AC55/1090-179 179 4.5 HOURS<br />MAINTENANCE REFRESHER TRAINING<br />COURSE DESCRIPTION: This is an annual requirement for all maintenance personnel. The following courses will be offered: Maintenance Refresher, Fire Extinguisher, FOD, DOP, Panel and Fastener, Hangar Door Familiarization, AFFF Fire Suppression, Corrosion Control, 135 Egress, 135 Fam, Landing Gear Failure, E4 Egress, E-4 Familiarization, Snow/Ice removal, OAP Annual Test, Aircraft Marshalling, 135 Tow Super Test, 135 Tow Vehicle, 135 Tow member, 135 Tow Brake, E-4 Tow Super Test, E-4 Tow Vehicle, E-4 Tow Member and E-4 Tow Brake. <br /> <br />PREREQUISITES: Completion of Initial Maintenance Training.<br />AC55/1090-390353903515.25 HOURS<br />DEDICATED CREW CHIEF COURSE (DCC)<br />COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to provide training for aircraft maintenance personnel selected to be Dedicated Crew Chiefs. Instruction is oriented towards the specific knowledge required to fulfill the Dedicated Crew Chief requirements. <br />PREREQUISITES: Personnel appointed as a DCC will attend course with-in 90 days of assignment as DCC. Assistant DCC’s (ADCC) will attend course with-in 9 months of assignment as ADCC. (Ref AFI 36-2232 12.1)<br />AC55/1090-17006 1700618 HOURS<br />AEROSPACE GROUND EQUIPMENT (AGE) OPERATION QUALIFICATION<br />COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to provide training for Maintenance Specialists/Technicians on the operation of AGE equipment. Instruction is oriented toward specific duties and responsibilities needed to successfully fulfill aircraft maintenance operations. <br />PREREQUISITES: None<br />AC55/1090-39050 390505.5 HOURS<br />TF-33, CFM-56 INLET AND EXHAUST INSPECTION COURSE<br />COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to prepare maintenance personnel to perform an inspection in the inlet and exhaust of an aircraft engine. This course covers dangers associated with the intake/inlet/exhaust, care and handling of equipment, applicable technical data, FOD prevention, inspection criteria, fault isolation/ damage assessment, techniques required to inspect engine intakes, inlets and exhausts and performance of an engine intake/inlet/exhaust inspection. Formal training and certification are mandatory prior to placement on the SCR. <br /> <br />PREREQUISITES: 5-level, 2A3X3, 2A5X1/2, 2A6X1 (Ref 21-101 Table 14.1)<br />COURSE NUMBER<br />COURSE TITLE IMDS CODEPDS CODE TOTAL HOURS<br />AC55/1090-20129 391135.5 HOURS<br />CF6-50 INLET AND EXHAUST INSPECTION COURSE<br />COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to prepare maintenance personnel to perform an inspection in the inlet and exhaust of an aircraft engine. This course covers dangers associated with the intake/inlet/exhaust, care and handling of equipment, applicable technical data, FOD prevention, inspection criteria, fault isolation/ damage assessment, techniques required to inspect engine intakes, inlets and exhausts and performance of an engine intake/inlet/exhaust inspection. Formal training and certification are mandatory prior to placement on the SCR. <br />PREREQUISITES: 5-level, 2A3X3, 2A5X1/2, 2A6X1 (Ref 21-101 Table 14.1)<br />J4AQF7500061938 HOURS<br />AIR FORCE TRAINING COURSE (AFTC)<br />COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to give supervisors and trainers the skills and knowledge to develop work center training plans and conduct task evaluations as well as develop procedures from which to record performance evaluations and perform as trainers. <br />PREREQUISITES: Supervisor’s recommendation<br />AC55/1090-16010 1601019 HOURS<br />CRASHED, DAMAGED, OR DISABLED AIRCRAFT REPAIR COURSE (CDDAR)<br />COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to provide training for ACC Maintenance Specialists/Technicians on the duties and responsibilities required to be an aircraft CDDAR team member. Instruction is oriented toward specific duties and responsibilities needed to successfully fulfill CDDAR requirements. <br /> <br />PREREQUISITES: None <br />AC55/1090-330309 33030924 HOURS<br />ATTACHED INSTRUCTOR TRAINING<br />COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to provide training to personnel selected as attached maintenance instructors. Students are given the opportunity in the class room to apply the knowledge and skills, which will enable them to accomplish the additional duty instructor requirements.<br />PREREQUISITES: Appointed as an attached Instructor<br />AC55/1090-102576 1025766 HOURS<br />LEAN FAMILIARIZATION<br />COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to provide basic understanding of the application of Lean concepts, terminology and prepare students to contribute to the Lean transformation effort. Problem solving, interpersonal relationships and communicative skills are integrated throughout the course. Students are given the opportunity in the classroom to apply the skills and knowledge, which will enable them to comprehend the purpose of the Lean program. <br />PREREQUISITES: None<br />AC55/1090-109390734.5 HOURS<br />TF-33 ENGINE FAN BLADE BLEND<br />COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to provide initial training for all personnel required to perform engine fan blade blends. This course covers the P-5 and P-9 engines. <br />PREREQUISITES: Hold an AFSC of 2A3X3, 2A5X1/2, 2A6X1X, or be a civilian equivalent. <br />COURSE NUMBER<br />COURSE TITLE IMDS CODEPDS CODE TOTAL HOURS<br />AC55/1090-2846390844.5 HOURS<br />CF6-50 ENGINE FAN BLADE BLEND<br />COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to provide initial training for all personnel required to perform engine fan blade blends.<br /> <br />PREREQUISITES: 5 level with an AFSC of 2A3X3, 2A5X1/2, 2A6X1X, or be a civilian equivalent.<br />AC55/1090-39031390314.5 HOURS<br />F-108 ENGINE FAN BLADE BLEND<br />COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to provide initial training for all personnel required to perform engine fan blade blends. <br />PREREQUISITES: Hold an AFSC of 2A3X3, 2A5X1/2, 2A6X1X, or be a civilian equivalent. <br />AC55/1090-32091 320914.5 HOURS<br />FUEL TANK FAMILIARIZATION/CONFINED SPACE COURSE<br />COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to familiarize aircraft structural repair, metals technology, non-destructive inspection, guidance and control, quality assurance, and fuel system repair personnel with proper safety procedures and equipment requirements for performing maintenance/inspections in open fuel tanks/cells. <br />PREREQUISITES: I.A.W. Technical Order 1-1-3; be medically qualified, be trained in the use of supplied air respirators, and be trained in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).<br />AC55/1090-600160014.5 HOURS<br />ACC FORMS DOCUMENTATION COURSE<br />COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course provides a review of the procedures for documentation of aircraft and maintenance forms used in daily aircraft operations. Instruction is geared to tasks and knowledge required to maintain accurate aircraft records, ensuring proper and accurate documentation of AFTO form 781 series and appropriate Air Force Instructions and technical orders are correlated with the course content. <br />PREREQUISITES: None<br />AC55/1090-02002076.5 HOURS<br />RC-135 CREW CHIEF SPECIALIZED QUALIFICATION TRAINING<br />COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to provide initial training on RC-135 aircraft general maintenance practices and tasks. This course covers ground handling of the aircraft to include: main and nose landing gear tire replacement. <br />PREREQUISITES: Need to go thru FTD 135 Crew Chief course. For MTF less than one year on station.<br />AC55/1090-002754 0027544 HOURS<br />E-4 CHIEF SERVICING SUPERVISOR (CSS) <br />COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to prepare personnel in the performance of CSS duties. Instruction is oriented toward specific duties and responsibilities needed to successfully fulfill Concurrent Servicing Operations (CSO) requirements. <br />PREREQUISITES: Minimum 5 skill level with minimum 1 year weapon systems experience.<br />COURSE NUMBER<br />COURSE TITLE IMDS CODEPDS CODE TOTAL HOURS<br />AC55/1090-22371 223713 HOURS<br />E-4 CONCURENT SERVICING OPERATIONS (CSO)<br />COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to prepare personnel in the performance of CSO. Instruction is oriented toward specific duties and responsibilities needed to successfully fulfill CSO requirements. <br />PREREQUISITES: Minimum 5 skill level with minimum 1 year weapon systems experience.<br />AC55/1090-39087 39087 4.0 HOURS<br />EXPEDITER FAMILIARIZATION<br />COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to prepare Aircraft Maintenance Specialists/Technicians on the duties and responsibilities of a Flight Line Expediter.<br />PREREQUISITES: 2AX7X AFSC. Personnel must attend the course within 6 months of assignment as a Flight Line Expediter<br />AC55/1090-32039 32039 4.0 HOURS<br />MAINTENANCE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (MRM)<br />COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course was developed by ACC for all aircraft personnel in the field for a better understanding of human factors and resource management skills as they relate to USAF aviation maintenance practices.<br />PREREQUISITES: Only personnel working on aircraft.<br />AC55/1090-32039 32039 3.0 HOURS<br />TRAINING BUSINESS AREA (TBA)<br />COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to familiarize Maintenance Group personnel with Training Business Area (TBA). Personnel assigned to the Maintenance Group are required to complete this course. Problem solving, interpersonal relationships and communicative skills are integrated throughout the course. Appropriate CFETP standards, Air Force and Air Combat Command instructions are correlated with course content.<br />PREREQUISITES: N/A<br />COMPUTER BASED TRAINING COURSES<br />COURSE NUMBER<br />COURSE TITLE IMDS CODEPDS CODE TOTAL HOURS<br />J6ANU00066-044301200AVH16 HOURS<br />GENERAL TECHNICAL ORDER SYSTEM<br />This course provides familiarization training in the knowledge and skills associated with the maintenance of Air Force technical orders and technical order accounts. Scope of training includes the technical order system, requirements, maintenance, improvement system, annual and routine checks, and management tools.<br />J6AZU00066-043301937 8 HOURS<br />IMDS FOR FLIGHTLINE <br />Course is aimed at entry-level flight line maintenance technicians who enter and use aircraft maintenance data from IMDS for on-equipment purposes. <br />J6AZU00066-0433019388 HOURS<br />IMDS FOR BACKSHOP<br />Course is aimed at entry-level back shop maintenance technicians who enter and use aircraft maintenance data from IMDS for off-equipment purposes. <br />J6AZU00066-043301939 8 HOURS<br />IMDS FOR SUPERVISORS<br />Course is aimed at mid-level maintenance technicians who enter and use aircraft maintenance data from IMDS for supervisory purposes. Provides training on creating and scheduling maintenance documentation, equipment loading, suspense validation/automated history load, cannibalization documentation, production quality deficiency reporting, maintenance inquiries, and training inquiries. <br />PREREQUISITES: Course J6AZU00066-061, Core Automated Maintenance System (IMDS) Operator’s Course (or equivalent), AF Maintenance Data Collection System (IMDS), J4AZU00066-058 (or equivalent) or a working knowledge of CAMS to include terminal and printer operation, knowledge of AFM 66-279, and processing of IMDS screens applicable to those taught in the J6AZU0006-061 and J6AZU00066-058 courses.<br /> <br />J6ANU2A5X1-001301201 14 HOURS<br />WEIGHT AND BALANCE (AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT)<br />Provides training on accomplishing entries on DD Forms 365-1, 365-2, 365-3, and 365-4, Weight and Balance Clearance Form F. <br />PREREQUISITES: Possess AFSC 2A551, 2A55X, or higher and complete course J6AZU2A000-000, Weight and Balance General, or equivalent.<br />VISUAL INFORMATION <br />(* Required)<br />PROGRAM TITLE IMDS CODE TOTAL MINUTES<br />61303016018.30 HOUR<br />CORROSION CONTROL APG*Annual<br />This program is designed with all maintenance personnel in mind, not just airplane general specialists. It discusses the corrosive properties of different metals such as magnesium and aluminum. It presents several types of corrosions to include: uniform etch, pitting, galvanic, inter-granular, and filiform. The video also covers common areas susceptible to corrosion, and cites sound maintenance practices for corrosion avoidance and prevention. <br />00CVT5100V0125047.17 HOUR<br />FOREIGN OBJECT DAMAGE (FOD)*Annual<br />This video tape provides information on the high cost of FOD and emphasizes action that can be taken at the individual level to prevent FOD.<br />00CVT5120V016089.17 HOUR<br />AIRCRAFT WASH TRAININGOne Time<br />This video provides an overview of general wash procedures to include the following: the wash crew briefing, personnel safety precautions and equipment, aircraft wash preparation, wash rack clean-up, and post-wash procedures.<br />613124125078.17 HOUR<br />COLD WEATHER INDOCTRINATION*One Time<br />This video discusses how to dress in cold weather, proper cold weather behavior, wind chill factors, stages of frostbite, signs and care of hypothermia, safety, and first aid procedures.<br />CVTMTF0002V0125046.17 HOUR<br />DROPPED OBJECT PROGRAM*Annual<br />This video begins by defining a “dropped object” and then describes the prevention program. It mentions general procedures designed to eliminate preventable dropped objects. <br />CVTMTF0007V029041.28 HOUR<br />FIRE EXTINGUISHER TRAINING*Annual<br />This video describes how to correctly inspect and use 3 types of fire extinguishers currently used by the Air Force. This course covers fire evacuation procedures and various extinguishing agents used on classes A, B, or C fires.<br />CVT530IVO125410/32046.28 HOUR<br />135 EMERGENCY GROUND EGRESS*Annual<br />This IMI shows the methods of evacuating the C-135 aircraft during an emergency. It provides technicians with the general knowledge of the escape locations of various C-135 models and shows how to open doors and hatches. It gives scenarios about how to respond in case of fires, and mentions actions you must take after identifying a ground emergency.<br />CVTMTF-0003V022372.28 HOUR<br />E-4 EMERGENCY GROUND EGRESS*Annual<br />This video shows the methods of evacuating the E-4B aircraft during an emergency. It provides technicians with the general knowledge of the escape locations of various E-4B models and shows how to open doors and hatches. It gives scenarios about how to respond in case of fires, and mentions actions you must take after identifying a ground emergency.<br />VISUAL INFORMATION (CONTINUED)<br />(* Required)<br />PROGRAM TITLE IMDS CODE TOTAL MINUTES<br />60830616079.28 HOUR<br />MANUAL AIRCRAFT SNOW REMOVALOne Time<br />This program covers materials/equipment that will be used to manually remove snow. It stresses the use of the required safety gear and includes warnings and cautions that must be observed to prevent personnel injury or damage to the aircraft. It details the procedures for removing snow from the aircraft nose and windshield, fuselage, and horizontal stabilizer. It includes two methods of removing snow from the wings of the B-52 and C-135.<br />612814125109.17 HOUR<br />RF RADIATION HAZARDSInitial<br />This tape explains what RF radiation is, the effects and sources of RF radiation, how to prevent overexposure, and how to report suspected overexposures.<br />00CVT5109V0125100.17 HOUR<br />OXYGEN RICH ENVIRONMENTSOne Time<br />This video tape stresses awareness of the hazards of performing maintenance in possible oxygen rich environments, and action to be taken when hazardous conditions are detected.<br />TVT20-82718002.28 HOUR<br />INITIAL HAZ COMMOne Time<br />This course is required for personnel who may, on a regular basis, come in contact with hazardous chemicals. <br />TIDDF-99-14816046.28 HOUR<br />LANDING GEAR FAILUREAnnual<br />Preventive landing gear failure maintenance practices are discussed in this film. <br />00000-00-00032005.10 HOUR<br />PANEL AND FASTENER15 Months<br />Preventive panel and fastener maintenance practices are discussed in the film.<br />INTERACTIVE MULTI-MEDIA INSTRUCTION<br />The ACC multi-media training program provides aircraft maintenance instruction through the use of interactive multimedia instruction (IMI), audio-video tapes, and other multi-media based training. This training is used to augment task knowledge and task performance objectives and supplement TD, MTF, and OJT programs. The MTF has the below listed courses on hand and can order any course available as requested. A listing of all available ACC multi-media courses can be obtained at the following location: http://www.hill.af.mil/367trss<br />PROGRAM TITLE <br />A6ANU00TIV1004SELF PACED<br />PRODUCTION TEAM MAINTENANCE-AIRCRAFT JACKING MEMBER<br />A6ANU00TIV1005SELF PACED<br />PRODUCTION TEAM MAINTENANCE OPEN AND CLOSE ENGINE COWLING<br />6ANU00TIV1001SELF PACED<br />JOINT OIL ANALYSIS PROGRAM (JOAP) (CD ROM)<br />Z6AKM00QIV0009SELF PACED<br />TORQUE WRENCH FAMILIARIZATION<br />A6ANU00TIV1010SELF PACED<br />VOL 10- PRODUCTION TEAM MAINTENANCE AIRCRAFT RE/DE FUEL MEMBER<br />A6ANU00TIV1002SELF PACED<br />VOL 2- PRODUCTION TEAM MAINTENANCE APPLY/DISCONNECT EXTERNAL ELEC POWER<br />A6ANU00TIV1003SELF PACED<br />VOL 3- PRODUCTION TEAM MAINTENANCE AIRCRAFT TOWING MEMBER<br />A6ANU00TIV1006SELF PACED<br />VOL 6- PRODUCTION TEAM MAINTENANCE AIRCRAFT INTERPHONE SYSTEM<br />A6ANU00TIV1007SELF PACED<br />VOL 7- PRODUCTION TEAM MAINTENANCE AIRCRAFT EGRESS<br />A6ANU00TIV1008SELF PACED<br />VOL 8- PRODUCTION TEAM MAINTENANCE AIRCRAFT FAMILIARIZATION<br />A6ANU00TIV1009SELF PACED<br />VOL 9- PRODUCTION TEAM MAINTENANCE REMOVE/INSTALL AIRCRAFT MAINT PANELS<br />A6ANU00TIV1001SELF PACED<br />VOL 1- PRODUCTION TEAM MAINTENANCE (GENERAL)<br />C5AKM00TIV0001SELF PACED<br />TROUBLESHOOTING TECHNIQUES<br />C6AGM00TIV0002SELF PACED<br />AEROSPACE GROUND EQUIPMENT<br />C6AGM00SIV8967 SELF PACED<br />DIESEL SPLIT DECK MAITENANCE PLATFORM OPERATION<br />C6AGM00SIV8971 SELF PACED<br />-86 DIESEL POWER UNIT OPERATION<br />FTD Course listing<br />COURSE NUMBER<br />COURSE TITLE IMDS CODEPDS CODE TOTAL HOURS<br />J4OMP21A3B18A 311115 H70 36/34 HOURS<br />KC/RC-135 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR FAMILIARIZATION COURSE<br />Entry Prerequisites: None.<br />Course description: This course is designed for senior NCOs/Officers assigned supervisory/ managerial positions of aircraft maintenance personnel performing on KC/RC-135 aircraft. If time and aircraft are available, take students to the aircraft for familiarization of the different model configurations as well as system controls and location.<br />J4AMP2A5X3BM18A Y31 104 HOURS<br />RC-135 INSTRUMENT AND FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEMS COURSE<br />Entry Prerequisites: None.<br />Course description: Provides component theory, system theory, and hands on training with Rivet Glass Display Systems to include the Electronic Flight Instrument System, AN/ASQ-141 Flight Director/Rotation Go-Around System, Angle-of Attack System, Electronic Standby Instrument System, Flight Management System, Terrain Awareness and Warning System, and System Integration and Wiring. <br />J4AMP2A5X3BJ18A 310811 ILG 78 HOURS<br />OC-135B PACER CRAG BLOCK 35 CRAFTSMAN (O/M)<br />Entry Prerequisites: None<br />Course description: Facts/general principles and operational checks on the EGI, Flight Display, Flight Management, WXR-700X, Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance APX-100, Identify Friend or Foe, Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning, Digital Flight Data Recorder/Cockpit Voice Recorder (to include Downloading to Laptop Computer) and Emergency Locator Systems.<br />J4AMP2A5X3AG18A 310567 ITC 80 HOURS<br />TC/RC-135 AVONICS NAVIGATION SYSTEM MAINTENANCE CRAFTSMAN COMBAT READINESS TRAINING (CRT)<br />Entry Prerequisites: None.<br />Course description: This course provides training for the purposes, characteristics, theories of operation, and operational checkouts of avionics navigation systems. Training includes operational checkouts for the FMS, EFIS, AL-101 Radio Altimeter, MMR System, AN/ARN-118 TACAN, AN/APX-100 IFF, and the TCAS System. This course is intended for newly assigned personnel and airframe conversions.<br />J4AMP2A5X3AB18A 310566 G5I 32 HOURS<br />WC/RC-135 AVIOICS RADAR SYSTEM MAINTENANCE CRAFTSMAN (CRT)<br />Entry Prerequisites: NONE<br />Course description: This course provides training in the purposes, characteristics, theory of operation, operational checkout, troubleshooting, and alignment procedures of avionics RADAR systems. Training includes fast and complete checkouts for the APN-59, APN-69, and APN-242 RADAR systems. This course is intended for newly assigned personnel and airframe conversions.<br />J4AMP2A5X3AH18B 310800 ITD 64 HOURS<br />OC/RC-135 AVIOICS COMMUNICATION SYSTEM MAINTENANCE CRAFTSMAN (CRT)<br />Entry Prerequisites: None.<br />Course description: This course provides training in the purposes, characteristics, theory of operation, operational checkout, troubleshooting, and alignment procedures of avionics Communications systems. Training includes complete operational checkouts for the ARC-171, ARC-210 (Flight Deck and Recon Areas), and ARC-190. This course is intended for newly assigned personnel and airframe conversions.<br />COURSE NUMBER<br />COURSE TITLE IMDS CODEPDS CODE TOTAL HOURS<br />J4AMP2A5X3AI23A 311152 QPI 40 HOURS<br />E-4B DIGITAL VOICE SYSTEM COURSE (O/M)<br />Entry Prerequisites: None.<br />Course description: This course provides familiarization of the Digital Voice systems on the E-4b aircraft, covering purpose and characteristics and/or theory of operation of the Digital Small Switch (DSS2A) system, channel banks, telephone equipment, call/seize conditioner, ring generator, enhanced command console workstation, maintenance computer, automatic patch and test switch (APTS) system, digital voice recorder system, and digital voice system test equipment.<br />J4AMP2A5X3AJ23A 311253 RI7 38 HOURS<br />E-4B LOCAL AREA NETWORK (LAN) AND SATELLITE SYSTEMS COURSE (O/M)<br />Entry Prerequisites: None.<br />Course description: This course provides familiarization of the LAN and Data systems on the E-4B aircraft, covering purpose and characteristics and theory of operation of the Senior Leader Communications System, Secure and Non Secure LAN, Wideband Satellite Communication System, International Maritime Satellite System, and Direct Broadcast Satellite System.<br />J4AMP2E1X1A23A VMI 40 HOURS<br />SINGLE CHANNEL ANTI-JAM MAN PORTABLE TERMINAL<br />Entry Prerequisites: None<br />Course description: This course covers set-up, logon procedures, and the tear down of the Single Channel Anti-Jam Man Portable (SCAMP) Terminal.<br />J4AMP2A5X3AH23A 310801 ITN 184 HOURS<br />E-4B VERY LOW FREQUENCY/LOW FREQUENCY (VLF/LF) SYSTEM<br />Entry Prerequisites: None.<br />Course description: This course provides organizational level maintenance training on the theory of operation and purpose and characteristics of the VLF/LF and MMRT systems. It also provides theory of operation and operational checkouts of the VLF Power Amplifier, Variometers, and Vacuum Relays.<br />J4AMP2A5X3AF23B 311083 I6H 92 HOURS<br />E-4B MISSION COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS<br />Entry Prerequisites: None<br />Course description: This course provides training on the purposes, characteristics, and theory of operation and operational checkouts for the ARC-171 High Power UHF Radio System and the Airborne Performance Monitor (APM) system. This training is intended for newly assigned personnel and airframe conversions.<br />J4AMP2A5X3AK18A 303136 OSN 48 HOURS<br />RC-135 INERTIAL NAVIGATION SYSTEM CRAFTSMAN<br />Entry Prerequisites: None<br />Course description: Provides basic principles of navigation and system operation. Students will receive hands-on training.<br />COURSE NUMBER<br />COURSE TITLE IMDS CODEPDS CODE TOTAL HOURS<br />J4AMP2A5X1A18A 310785 4TX 120 HOURS<br />KC/RC-135 AEROSPACE REPAIR<br />Entry Prerequisites: Must have a minimum of 6 months experience on the ( )C-135 Weapon System and be qualified to connect external power, operate aircraft hydraulic system, operate interphone, and identify aircraft danger areas.<br />Course description: Students will perform rigging checks and operational checkouts of all primary and secondary flight controls. Rigging checks will be accomplished on the throttle control systems as well. Students will also discuss component description, location and function/theory of operation of flight controls and landing gear components. Students will configure the aircraft center of gravity necessary for jacking an aircraft. Students will also discuss the different procedures for performing an aircraft jack.<br />J4AMP2A5X1GB23A 310324 ZWC 40 HOURS<br />E-4B AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE FAMILIARIZATION <br />Entry Prerequisites: None.<br />Course description: This course provides familiarization of the E-4B and its systems covering Aircraft general systems and arrangement, technical order standard practices, environmental control systems, engine and auxiliary power unit systems, hydraulic systems, landing gear systems, oxygen systems, flight control systems, electrical systems, fuel systems, and servicing procedures.<br />J4AMP2A5X1GB23A 39089 OL9 40 HOURS<br />E-4B ENGINE QUICK START<br />Entry Prerequisites: Engine run certified, and performed a minimum of 5 engine runs.<br />Course description: This course will expand upon basic knowledge of the electrical and environmental systems. as well as how to transfer electrical power to and from various sources without causing power interruptions or damage to aircraft equipment. Various alert checklists will be completed, to include alert engine starts to prepare personnel for alert duties.<br />J4AMP2A5X1GD18C 310728 YLX 120 HOURS<br />RC-135 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE CRAFTSMAN (ISOCHRONAL INSPECTION)<br />Entry Prerequisites: 6 months isochronal inspection experience.<br />Course description: This course is designed to teach students the location and function of various components and understand the function of each component within the aircraft system. All inspection and lubrication items are identified pertaining to the Isochronal Phase concept. Safety is highly emphasized throughout the lesson.<br />J4AMP2A5X1GH18A 310959 Z42 107 HOURS<br />RC-135 AIRCRAFT MAINTENACE CRAFTSMAN (FOLLOW-ON)<br />Entry Prerequisites: 1 year ( )C-135 experience, SrA with 5 skill level<br />Course Description: This course fine-tunes skilled technicians in the troubleshooting of aircraft systems.<br />J4AMP2A5X1GE18C 310874 6I9 104 HOURS<br />RC-135 CROSSOVER MAINTENANCE COURSE<br />Entry Prerequisites: Aerospace Ground Equipment Certification<br />Course description: This course was initially developed for personnel cross training from another airframe to the RC/OC/WC/TC-135 airframe. Safety is highly emphasized to students.<br />J4AMP2A5X1GA23A 310726 YRI 200 HOURS<br />E-4B AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE CREW CHIEF<br />Entry Prerequisites: None.<br />Course description: This course provides three-levels with a step-by-step learning environment to become qualified on numerous crew chief tasks. Students are trained on all tasks and certified on some of them.<br />COURSE NUMBER<br />COURSE TITLE IMDS CODEPDS CODE TOTAL HOURS<br />J4AMP2A5X1GI18B 310788 YRO 164 HOURS<br />RC-135 ENTRY LEVEL COURSE<br />Entry Prerequisites: None.<br />Course description: This course provides three-levels with a step by step learning environment to become qualified on numerous crew chief tasks. Students are trained on all tasks and certified on some of them. Safety is stressed throughout the course.<br />J4AMP2A6X1AA23A 310323 V6M 14 HOURS<br />E-4B (CF6-50/F103) ENGINE BORESCOPE<br />Entry Prerequisites: Minimum of six months engine experience and a 5 skill level.<br />Course description: This course provides training to inspect and clean the borescope equipment and identify the borescope port/locations on the CF6-50/F103 engine. In addition, students will become familiar with the fault isolation damage limits and then perform a borescope inspection.<br />J4AMP2A6X1AB23A 310820 OFE 34 HOURS<br />E-4B ENGINE OPERATION<br />Entry Prerequisites: Student must be qualified to operate the following: APU, refuel panel, public address and interphone system, pneudraulic and APU generator power application.<br />Course description: Students will learn the basic information about aircraft and engine systems relating to engine operation. They will also have the knowledge foundation for safety precautions, engine operating limits, start/shutdown procedures, and emergency shutdown procedures. The students will perform an external pre-start check, engine operation; apply/remove engine generators, and external post engine run inspection.<br />J4AMP2A6X1AC18A 310465 678 12 HOURS<br />FLEXIBLE ENGINE BORESCOPE TRAINING (TF-33-P-5/P-9/P-102 ENGINES)<br />Entry Prerequisites: A minimum of six months experience on assigned engine and possess a minimum of a 5-skill level.<br />Course description: This course provides training to inspect and clean the borescope equipment and identify the borescope port/locations on the TF-33-P-5/P-9/P-102 engines. In addition, students will become familiar with the fault isolation damage limits and then perform a borescope inspection.<br />J4AMP2A6X1AG18A 310824 EI9 14 HOURS<br />AEROSPACE PROPULSION CRAFTSMAN (TF-33-P-5/P-9/P-102 ENGINES)<br />Entry Prerequisites: Attend J4AMPZA6Y1AM18A PD5 JEO<br />Course description: This course provides the knowledge and preparation needed to perform an engine trim on the TF-33/P-5/P-9/P-102 engines. The students will complete an AFTO 10 trim sheet, perform a jet cal analyzer calibration, locate operating limits, locate trim procedures, and complete a trim data evaluation using example information.<br />J4AMP2A6X1AI18A 310988 F5I 30 - 34 HOURS<br />KC/RC/WC-135 ENGINE OPERATION<br />Entry Prerequisites: (1) a minimum of 3 months flightline experience, (2) knowledge of emergency routes and exits, (3) completion of aerospace ground equipment certification, (4) possess a 5 skill level or higher, (5) completion of a training detachment ( ) C-135 engine and/or aircraft course, (6) have a requirement to operate installed engines on the aircraft, and (7) be recommended by an organizational work center supervisor.<br />Course Description: This course provides training for operating the TF33-P-5/P-9/P-102 engines on the -135 aircraft. There are lecture objectives as well as performance objectives. Students are required to memorize engine operating limits and emergency shutdown procedures. Also, each student will perform an engine operation.<br />.<br />COURSE NUMBER<br />COURSE TITLE IMDS CODEPDS CODE TOTAL HOURS<br />J4AMP2A6X1AA18A 311153 7EN 32 HOURS<br />( )C-135 AEROSPACE PROPULSION CRAFTSMAN (FLIGHTLINE F108 ENGINE OPERATOR)<br />Entry Prerequisites: Must have completed training and meet requirements listed in AFI 11-218 and MAJCOM instructions / directives<br />Course Description: This course is designed for aerospace propulsion and APG technicians. This course will provide the training necessary for these technicians to perform engine operation of the F108-201 engines<br />J4AMP2A6X1AJ18A 310963 I22 39 HOURS<br />RC/TC/WC/OC-135/F-108-201 AEROSPACE PROPULSION CRAFTSMAN <br />Entry Prerequisites: Minimum 6 months F108-201 engine experience and a 5 skill level or civilian experience<br />equivalent.<br />Course Description: This course provides engine component description and function. It also provides engine trim evaluation, engine component and engine removal descriptions. Finally, this course will provide borescope operation.<br />J4AMP2A6X1AM18A 310615 JEO 30 HOURS<br />JET ENGINE CRAFTSMAN (TF-33-P-5/P-9/P-102 FAM)<br />Entry Prerequisites: None.<br />Course description: This course is a basic TF33-P-5/P-9/P-102 Familiarization course that provides a foundation for performing daily tasks. As a result, individuals will become familiar with technical orders, general procedures, basic engine sections, engine components, and engine system.<br />J4AMP2A6X1AL18A 310901 ODM 12 HOURS<br />F-108 ENGINE BORESCOPE<br />Entry Prerequisites: Minimum 6 months engine experience and a 5 skill level or civilian experience equivalent.<br />Course Description: This course provides training to inspect and clean the borescope equipment and identify the borescope port/locations on the CF6-50/F103 engine. In addition, students will become familiar with the fault isolation damage limits and then perform a borescope inspection.<br />J4AMP2A6X2E46A 311057 LFF *53 HOURS – 69 HOURS<br />AEROSPACE GROUND EQUIPMENT (ACE 802 SERIES AIR CONDITIONER)<br />Entry Prerequisites: None.<br />Course description: Provides training for personnel who perform maintenance duties on the Aerospace Ground Equipment, ACE 802 Series air conditioner. Training includes operational principles, service inspection, operational check, manual pump down procedures reclaiming and charging operations, expansion valve functional check, and isolation of system malfunctions.<br />J4AMP2A6X2F46A 311004 XHP 27 HOURS – 40* HOURS<br />AEROSPACE GROUND EQUIPMENT (HYDRAULIC TEST STAND)<br />Entry Prerequisites: None.<br />Course description: Provides training for personnel who perform operational maintenance on the hydraulic test stand. Training includes; operational check, troubleshooting, and tune-up procedures.<br />J4AMP2A6X2G46A 310991 3D1 36 HOURS – 40* HOURS<br />AEROSPACE GROUND EQUIPMENT (LIQUID COOLING SYSTEM CART)<br />Entry Prerequisites: None.<br />Course description: Provides training for personnel who perform maintenance duties on the Aerospace Ground Equipment, Liquid Cooling System Cart. Training includes operational principles, service inspection, operational check, manual pump down procedures, reclaiming and charging operations, programming of temperature controller, and isolation of system malfunctions.<br />COURSE NUMBER<br />COURSE TITLE IMDS CODEPDS CODE TOTAL HOURS<br />J4AMP2A6X2H46A 310723 3GI 44 HOURS <br />AEROSPACE GROUND EQUIPMENT (A/M32A-103 GENERATOR SET)<br />Entry Prerequisites: None.<br />Course description: This course is designed for newly assigned personnel with little or no experience of the A/M32A-103 diesel generator. In-depth theory and hands-on objectives provide a solid foundation for AGE technicians.<br />J4AMP2A6X2M46A 311202 61G 35 HOURS <br />AEROSPACE GROUND EQUIPMENT (A/M32A-95 GAS TURBINE COMPRESSOR)<br />Entry Prerequisites: 3 months experience after initial training<br />Course description: Provides training for personnel who unit level operation and maintenance of the A/M32A-95 Gas Turbine Compressor. Training includes instruction on the operational check of the unit, operational check of the lubrication system, fuel system adjustments, engine air bleed operation, and determination of atomizer shim thickness.<br />J4AMP2A6X2N46A 311208 DGO 52 HOURS <br />AEROSPACE GROUND EQUIPMENT (A/M32A-86 DIESEL GENERATOR SET)<br />Entry Prerequisites: None<br />Course description: Course provides instruction on unit operation, engine tune-up, adjustment of the electronic governor, operational check of the generator safety circuits, operation of the transformer rectifier, and troubleshooting.<br />J4AMP2A6X2Q46A 311207 NIT 40 HOURS <br />AEROSPACE GROUND EQUIPMENT (SELF GENERATING NITROGEN SERVICE CART)<br />Entry Prerequisites: None<br />Course description: Provides training for personnel who unit level operation and maintenance of the NCG-15-TM Self Generating Nitrogen Servicing Cart. Training includes instruction on the operational check of the unit, system operating principles, leak detection, maximum pressure switch adjustment, programmable logic theory, hydraulic compressor limit switch adjustment, drive belt adjustment and troubleshooting.<br />J4AMP2A6X2W46A 310992 ZDZ 28 HOURS <br />AEROSPACE GROUND EQUIPMENT (NEW GENERATION HEATER)<br />Entry Prerequisites: None<br />Course Description: Provides training for personnel to operate and maintain the New Generation Heater (NGH). Training includes instruction on the operational checkout of the unit, NGH system adjustments, and troubleshooting unit malfunctions.<br />J4AMP2A6X5A23A 310325 ZV9 42 HOURS <br />E-4B AIRCRAFT PNEUDRAULIC SYSTEM<br />Entry Prerequisites: None<br />Course Description: This course provides technicians with training on the E-4B aircraft in the following areas: pressure supply systems, flight control systems, landing gear systems, associated subsystems to include the air refueling system and the air stair system. The training consists of principles of system operation, inspection, troubleshooting, adjustment, and maintenance of E-4B aircraft systems.<br />J4AMP2A6X5C18A 311064 XKB 75 HOURS <br />RC-135 AIRCRAFT HYDRAULIC REPAIR COMBAT READINESS TRAINING (CRT)<br />Entry Prerequisites: None.<br />Course description: This course provides technicians with training on the <br />RC-135 aircraft in the following areas: pressure supply systems, landing gear systems, flight control systems, associated subsystems to include the air refueling system. Training consists of theory, operation, inspection, troubleshooting, and maintenance of the EC/RC-135 aircraft systems. <br />COURSE NUMBER<br />COURSE TITLE IMDS CODEPDS CODE TOTAL HOURS<br />J4AMP2A6X6A23A 310834 O66 114 HOURS <br />E-4B ELECTRICAL ENVIROMENTAL CRAFTSMAN<br />Entry Prerequisites: None.<br />Course description: This course provides the operating principles of each system. The technical data for each objective will be used for understanding system circuits, functions, and location of components. Throughout the lesson we will discuss troubleshooting techniques, safety, environmental, and operational risk and prevention<br />J4AMP2A6X6C18B 310966 IQR 112 HOURS <br />RC/TC-135 ( ), WC-135C/W, AND OC-135B ELECTRICAL ENVIROMENTAL CRAFTSMAN (CRT)<br />Entry Prerequisites: None<br />Course description: Give students understanding of system circuits, functions, and location of components. Safety precautions and use of proper ear protection will be stressed for each performance objective. The instructor will demonstrate each operational checkout and allow students practice prior to their evaluation. Each performance objective will be taught to the certified level.<br />J4AMP30000AS0A 310663 KH0 29 HOURS <br />BASIC SOLDERING TECHNIQUES<br />Entry Prerequisites: None.<br />Course description: This is a self paced course. Students will work at their own pace to complete the required objectives. The course is designed to give basic soldering techniques and allow students to practice a variety of connections to gain experience with soldering techniques. <br />